What You'll Get
Glass starts out as raw quartz sand, whereas sunglass starts out as a mixture of quartz sand, motorcycle oil, and leather jackets. Gift your eyes vision and style with today's Groupon to Advanced Vision Center in Swampscott. Choose between the following options:
For $50, you get $200 worth of complete eyeglasses.
For $150, you get $300 worth of prescription sunglasses.
Advanced Vision Center's eye gurus couple attentive customer service with a long list of designer brands to assemble eyeglasses and prescription sunglasses for needy nose bridges. During a one-hour session, experts will match fashionable frames in brands such as Dolce & Gabbana ($250–$300), Lafont ($300), and Sauvage ($150), to each client's individual facial tattoo, boosting ocular sensations and eye accentuation. Sight seekers can block UV rays with sunglass frames by Ray-Ban ($150–$200), Gucci ($300+), and Oliver Peoples ($300+). Prescription lenses must accompany frames for this Groupon. Basic, single-vision eyeglass lenses start at $50 and sunglass lenses start at $100, helping clients end blurry vision so they can paint a pond or avoid mistaking their mother for a coat rack.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Sun glasses option valid only for prescription glasses. In-store only. Not valid with insurance. Not valid for sale items. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Advanced Vision Center
The staff at Advanced Vision Center stays up-to-date with trends in eye care, from the latest diagnostic technology to the most sought-after ocular fashions. The crew employs modern digital equipment during comprehensive eye exams, and within about an hour, pairs high-tech lenses with frames from high-end designers such as Mykita, Oliver Peoples, Gold & Wood, and Ray-Ban. They also stock a wide variety of contact lenses for people who hate explaining to their children that taking glasses off creates the exact opposite effect as when Clark Kent does it.
The team includes a certified specialist in orthokeratology, a nonsurgical technique that gently reshapes the cornea with custom-designed retainer lenses that clients wear as they sleep.